Preston Comeaux

December 10, 1947 ~ June 3, 2022

Preston Comeaux, 74, of Sulphur, passed from this life at his home, Friday, June 3, 2022, surrounded by his loving family. He was a member of St. Theresa Catholic Church Knights of Columbus. Preston retired from Conoco after 20+ years of service to the company. He enjoyed playing golf, tennis, fishing, watching boxing, and was a boxer himself. When Preston wasn’t working a bingo function, he enjoyed playing bingo and loved dancing.

Those left to cherish his memory is his loving wife of 36 years, Cynthia Ann Broussard Comeaux; children, Carol Stark (Jud), Charlene Hinch (Lynn), Darlene Langford (Joel), Melissa Oliva (Donnie), Monique Comeaux, Delane Watkins, Christopher Comeaux (Hema); numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren; siblings, Darla Bryson, Irma Primeaux, Carol Savoy (Sherman), Bernetta Pelsia (Kenny), Milton Comeaux (Rachel), Larry Comeaux (Ginger); sister-in-law Sybil Comeaux.

Preston is preceded in death by his parents, Eudy and Lena Comeaux; son, Preston Shane Comeaux, and numerous brothers and sisters.

A Christian Mass will be held on Thursday, June 9, 2022, at 2 PM, at St. Theresa’s Catholic Church with burial to follow at Mimosa Pines Cemetery South. A visitation will be held for family and friends at Johnson and Robison Funeral Home on Thursday from 10:30 AM – 1:30 PM, with a recitation of the rosary at 12 PM. Words of comfort may be left at

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  1. Love you daddy , walk with Jesus now ! Enjoy Shane and all your family who love you the most! So happy you made it HOME! God Is GOOD !!!!

  2. Cynthia- My heart is broken. I will miss his big exciting smile and all the love he showed each one of us at Bingo. He was our sunshine greeter!  I love you and I am here if you need me anytime. Just call. ❤️

  3. Cynthia and Preston’s Family, our thoughts and prayers are with you. May his soul Rest In Peace.  Mike and Lynette Hinch Weekley

  4. Preston & I worked together doing cathodic  protection from 1999 to 2005.  He was a good man, & friend.  I enjoyed meeting some of his family, & from day one he treated my as one of his own.  To me, Preston was naturally funny, I still tell some of his jokes, & the laughable times we had together. I am thankful I got to know him, he will be greatly missed! My thoughts are with you Cynthia, the girls & extended family.

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